Sometimes, the fear really grips me, it just takes hold of me and won’t let go. You see we have a connection, our souls are connected. It is like we are the same person. There is this energy-field that surrounds us. It is impenetrable, no one can get though. At first Rocky comes on all nice and normal and then just he just becomes all psychotic and creepy. Rocky is always pointing out secluded areas where you could do al unimaginable acts to unsuspecting victims. He is obsessed with the phrase “unidentified remains.” He says it over and over like it is his mantra or something. It is like he is using his will to make something happen.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
The temptation to retreat into delusion, hysteria and disassociation, retreating into the buzz of your mind overwhelms you as you find yourself at this strange point in your life. You find yourself in a “headlines situation,” one of those things that you tell yourself that can’t really happen here or to you. But, in reality, it is happening to you. You can try and push yourself past this thing, but it doesn’t work, you are still trapped in this moment of horror. You feel alone and unconnected to the rest of the world. Everyone becomes a stranger in this situation; there is no camaraderie or friendships. You stand by yourself truly as a lone individual, naked and revealed to the whole world. This loneliness grows inside of you into some uncontrollable monster that feeds upon your vulnerabilities.http://simulacrasimulacrum.blogspot.com/2013/12/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-x-none.html
The term is occasionally also used metaphorically to refer to renunciation of a non-religious belief or cause, such as a political party, brain trust, or a sports team.
Apostasy is generally not a self-definition: very few former believers call themselves apostates because of the pejorative implications of the term.
Many religious groups and some states punish apostates. Apostates may be shunned by the members of their former religious group or subjected to formal or informal punishment. This may be the official policy of the religious group or may be the action of its members. Certain churches may in certain circumstances excommunicate the apostate, while some religious scriptures demand the death penalty for apostates.